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Taube Museum of Art

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Family Night at the Museum!

  Family Night at the Museum - May 6, 2016 from 6:00pm to 9:00pm.  Entertainment, Food, Art Projects, Story Time, Dig for Dinosaur Artifacts, Dinosaur Footprints, Dinosaur eggs, Photo Opportunities, Stamping and much more!  Click here for more information.

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June 9 - 11, 2016 - Taube Museum of Art's Annual Rummage Sale! Check here often for more information.

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Student Art Show

April 5 - April 29, 2016

Statewide Student Exhibition Winners Announced


Color abounds at the Taube Museum of Art

The Taube Museum of Art is pleased to announce the opening of the Annual North Dakota Juried Art Show from April 5 – April 29, 2016. There are 765 pieces of student artwork from across the state of North Dakota on display. Student art from kindergarten through 12th grade are divided into the following grade categories: K – 3, 4 - 6, 7 - 8, and 9- 12. The artwork is hung salon style, which creates a visually stunning wall to ceiling art experience. Come view the creations by North Dakota’s finest, up and coming artists, and vote for your favorite People’s Choice Award from Elementary, Junior High, and Senior High divisions.

This year’s judges were Terry Jelsing, Rugby, ND, artist/art instructor and Cliff Sundt, artist and retired art educator from Williston, ND. Together they selected the following sixteen award winners: to be displayed in the following offices until May 2017.


Three Governor’s Awards, sponsored by Governor Dalrymple: Caroline Huber, Minot Magic City High School; Madeline Hedberg, Bishop Ryan, Minot; Gavin Haagenson, Leeds Elementary, which will be displayed in the Governor’s offices.

Caroline Huber
 Grade 12
Fishing in the Woods
Color Pencil
Magic City Campus, Minot
Teacher: Micki Borkhuis
Medeline Hedberg
 Grade 7
Cardinal
Chalk Pastels
Bishop Ryan, Minot
Teacher: Deena Elm
Gavin Haagenson
 Grade 4
Birch Trees
Tempera & Watercolors
Leeds Elementary
Teacher: Susan Braun

Four Northern Visions Awards, sponsored by Senator John Hoeven: Asia Bougard, Minot Central Campus; Micheala Dale, Grand Forks Central High School; Danielle Bousee, Valley Middle School, Grand Forks; Ava Holweger, South Middle School, Grand Forks; to be displayed in the Senator’s ND offices.

Asia Bougard
 Grade 10
Apple of My Eye
Colored Pencil
Minot Central Campus
Teacher: Mike Stein
Micheala Dale
 Grade 11
Lose Yourself
Acrylic
Grand Forks Central High School
Teacher: Linda Shaw-Elgin
Danielle Boushee
 Grade 8
Portrait of a King
Oil Pastel
Valley Middle School, Grand Forks
Teacher: Jillian Westrum
Ava Holweger
 Grade 6
Untitled
Watercolor and Paper
South Middle School, Grand Forks
Teacher: Mrs. B. Stang

 • Four State of the Art Awards by Senator Heidi Heitkamp: Emily Dencker, Grand Forks Central High School; Madeline Westereng, Grand Forks Central High School; Claire Leach, Schroeder Middle School, Grand Forks; Sarah Hong, South Middle School, Grand Forks; to be displayed in the Senator’s ND offices.

Emily Dencker
 Grade 11
Things
Watercolor
Grand Forks Central High School
Teacher: Linda Shaw-Elgin
Madeline Westereng
 Grade 12
Autumn Colors
Watercolors
Grand Forks Central High School
Teacher: Nancy Greenwood
Claire Leach
 Grade 8
Drive
Color Pencil
Schroeder Mid. School, Grand Forks
Teacher: Barb Solway
Sarah Hong
 Grade 6
Untitled
Oil Pastel
South Middle School, Grand Forks
Teacher: Mrs. B. Stang

 • Five Congressional Art Awards sponsored by Representative Kevin Cramer: Jonah Zimmerman, Hazen High School, to be displayed in the Washington DC corridor; Katie Mayer, Bishop Ryan School, Minot; Samantha Skym, Minot Central Campus; Savanah Brintnell, Bishop Ryan School, Minot; Attison Mastel, Discovery Middle School, Fargo; to be displayed in the Representative’s ND offices.

Jonah Zimmerman
 Grade 12
Mighty Universe
Acrylic
Hazen High School
Teacher: Rhonda Helde
Katie Mayer
 Grade 12
Cultural Self Portrait
Pencil, Color Pencil
Bishop Ryan, Minot
Teacher: Deena Elm
Samantha Skym
 Grade 10
Serene Feline
Charcoal
Minot Central Campus
Teacher: Mandy Smith
 
Savanah Brintnell
 Grade 7
Tapa Cloth
Tempera Paint
Bishop Ryan, Minot
Teacher: Deena Elm
Attison Mastel
 Grade 6
Sunny Day
Colored Pencil and Crayon
Discovery Middle School, Fargo
Teacher: Megan Quiring
 

 • Three Spotlight Award Winners: Veronica Boatman, Grand Forks Central High School; Sami Hammeren, Williston Middle School; Jalynn Perez, Nathan Twining Middle School, Grand Forks.

Veronica Boatman
 Grade 12
River’s Edge
Photograph
Grand Forks Central High School
Teacher: Linda Shaw-Elgin
Sami Hammeren
 Grade 8
Elizabeth Leko
Photograph
Williston Middle School
Teacher: Sara Faulkner
 
Jalynn Perez
 Grade 6
Spiderweb
Photograph
Nathan Twining M.S., Grand Forks
Teacher: Niles A. Short
 

 • Nine People’s Choice Awards: Cheyenne Gourneau, Grand Forks Central High School; Clara Olson, Minot Central Campus High School; Taylor Yanov, Grand Forks Central High School; Madelynn Langemo, Valley City High School; Elizabeth Leko, Williston Middle School; Samantha Nelson, Valley City High School; Martinus Heinz, Rolette Elementary; Evyn Jacobson, Leeds Elementary; Natasha Morales, Nathan Twining Middle School, Grand Forks.

Four Taube Museum of Art Award Winners: Alyssa Sage, Minot Central Campus; Mary Anderson, Bishop Ryan School, Minot; Sloane Follman, Leeds Elementary; Ryker Stuberg, Leeds Elementary.

Alyssa Sage
 Grade 10
Dreams
Mixed Media
Minot Central Campus
Teacher: Mike Stein
Mary Anderson
 Grade 8
Countryside
Chalk Pastels
Bishop Ryan School, Minot
Teacher: Deena Elm
Sloane Follman
 Grade 6
Under Glass
Watercolor
Leeds Elementary
Teacher: Susan Braun
Ryker Stuberg
 Grade 2
Lady Bug Dance
Mixed Media
Leeds Elementary
Teacher: Susan Braun

 • Jurors also selected an additional eighty-two pieces from all categories to be part of a Traveling Exhibition for the upcoming year.

The Traveling Exhibit will be available for viewing at the following venues: ND State Fair in July, Cando Arts Center in September, Grand Forks 1st Presbyterian Church in October, Lake Region Heritage Center in November, and James Memorial Art Center in Williston in January 2017. Please find a complete listing of all winners attached.

The Taube Museum of Art will present the top 32 award winners a set of ten full-color note cards featuring their artwork. All 114 award winning students will receive a Certificate of Artistic Excellence signed by the Governor, Senator, or Representative and the Taube Museum of Art Executive Director.

The Taube Museum of Art annually promotes a diverse selection of exciting artist exhibitions, children’s art programs, as well as a variety of annual events. There is no charge for admission, but contributions are accepted to help the Taube Museum fulfill their mission of enriching lives through the visual arts. Proceeds benefit the Taube Museum of Art, a non-profit art organization. Museum and Gift Shop hours are 10:30am – 5:30pm Tuesday - Friday and 11:00am – 4:00pm Saturday. 

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 The exhibition is made possible with support from the North Dakota Council on the Arts.


Normal Museum and Gift Shop hours are: Tuesday – Friday: 10:30 am – 5:30 pm and Saturday: 11:00 am – 4:00 pm. There is no charge for admission, but contributions are accepted to help the Taube Museum fulfill their mission of enriching lives through the visual arts.